Bay Roberts man jailed for causing ruckus in bar
From July 8 to July 14, Trinity Conception District RCMP responded to 127 complaints and calls for service from the citizens. Traffic enforcement duties are not included in that total. The following is a snapshot of several investigations over the last week, highlighting the nature of some calls we received and identifies incidents that the public can possibly help us with by providing information.
July 9 - A report of an assault in the town of Tilton was received. A 20-year-old woman from Tilton reported that she had been pushed and spit on by a 22-year-old man, also from Tilton. The was was arrested and charged with assault and property damage. He will appear in court on Sept. 7.
July 10 - In investigation into damage to the lookout in Victoria is ongoing. There was damage to some flower pots, the palings were knocked off the gazebo and the garbage box was overturned.
There was also a report of property damage to residential property in Victoria. Solar garden lights were stolen, two trees were cracked off, and an ornamental lighthouse was tipped over.
In Spaniard’s Bay, there was a break and enter and theft from a residential shed. A compact disc player and various compact discs were stolen.
July 11 - A 25-year-old man from Carbonear was arrested after a 39year-old woman from Carbonear reported that the man punched her in the face. The man has been charged and will appear in court on Sept. 20.
A 41-year-old man from Bay Roberts has been sentenced to 17 days in jail after he was convicted of failing to comply with conditions of his probation, that being to abstain from consumption of alcohol, and to remain away from the Coach House bar in Bay Roberts. He was also convicted of breaching his undertaking.
Police received a report of intoxicated person causing a disturbance at the Coach House, and officers later located the suspect hiding in a parked vehicle.
A trailer on Gut Bridge in the Town of Carbonear sustained property damage.
The RCMP would like to remind members of the general public that they are encouraged to report any information regarding suspicious or criminal activity to their local police detachment. You can report your information in person, by phone or you can be anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. www.nlcrimestoppers.com